First few Article Sentences
When I began my new job at McCann Treatment Center (MTC), I have to admit I was a bit nervous about working there. I've always worked with little kids, but to work with teenagers is more complex. I knew what challenges to expect, and wanted to learn and grow from this new experience, but little did I know that after only a few months I would be tested in every part of my well being. I was tested to the point where I had to stop and ask myself, "Do I really want to work here?" I wanted to quit my job, but didn't.
Now, a year later, I find myself still working at MTC. Why would I still be here? It's because the program really works for both clients and staff. Through my own experiences and observations, I've learned there are several key components that make MTC a successful place to work. The most prominent of these components are the "three C's": Communication, Consistency, and Caring Staff.